Welcome to the
Live from Antarctica 2
Dear Parents, Homeschoolers, and Life-Long Learners,
Welcome to Live From Antarctica 2!
You've got your own special "passport" to a unique scientific adventure
aboard the Research Vessel, the Polar Duke, which will transport
"virtual" travelers to the most unique research laboratory on Earth, Palmer
Station on Anvers Island, off the Antarctic Peninsula. Though Passport to
Knowledge provides innovative multi-media programming targeted at middle
school students, we welcome *all* who seek connections with "real science,
real scientists, real time, real locations."
Whether you have children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, or neighborhood
kids in mind -- or simply consider yourself a "life-long learner" -- you'll
find LFA 2's educational resources will:
Be sure to check out our "Teacher"
Pages if you plan to play a role in sharing this experience with the
students in your community, local school district, or home.
- Enable you to experience life as an Antarctic researcher (via "Field
Journals and "Biographies" in "From the Field"),
- Take you and your family to the world's most remote research laboratory
on Earth at Palmer Station via three LIVE telecasts
- Provide you with hands-on resources designed to open the mind's of
young people to the wonders of Antarctic marine life and the ecological
issues that impact all
Or begin the most unique electronic field by navigating your way to the
end of the Earth via the maps you'll find below or the navigation bar on
your left. You don't need a ticket, and this Web site is your...
Passport to Knowledge and adventure!
Click on the maps below to zoom out or in on the map of antarctica!
Please visit frequently as new material is being
Last Update: 1/18/97
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